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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   16/12/2016, 18:28

Zlatan Ibrahimovic could quit Manchester United this summer with MLS side LA Galaxy desperate to lure him for a swansong in the USA.
Manchester City are ready to go back in for Benfica goalkeeper Ederson Moraes.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman is ready to dump Ross Barkley in January - but there are no serious takers.
Leighton Baines will sign a new two-year deal at Everton.
Tottenham are prepared to wait until next summer to land Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
Chelsea will return to Hoffenheim with a £30million bid to land central defender Niklas Sule after missing out on him in the summer.

John Terry could become the first Englishman to play in the Chinese Super League should he accept a lucrative offer to join Carlos Tevez at Shanghai Shenhua.

Arsenal have offered Alexis Sanchez a new contract that would see him get a £50,000 per week pay-rise to £180,000 a week - trouble is, the Chilean striker's holding out for £250,000 every seven days.
Notts County, the world's oldest professional football club, are facing a fight for survival over an unpaid tax bill.
Everton are ready to rival West Ham for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson in the January window.
West Brom have added Championship Brentford's hotshot striker Scott Hogan to their January wish list.

Chelsea face a huge battle in their bid to land £30m-rated German international defender Niklas Sule from Hoffenheim.
Southampton are lining up a January move for £16.7m-rated Valencia star Dani Parejo.
Newcastle are chasing Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe, who plays for French side Angers.

Arsenal have offered Alexis Sanchez £9.3million a year to sign a new contract - but the Gunners are still significantly short of meeting their forward's wage demands.
Everton are facing a challenge to persuade the England midfielder Ross Barkley to commit to a new deal following a difficult start to his relationship with manager Ronald Koeman.
The Toffees are in talks with United over a possible £24m move for Morgan Schneiderlin after Jose Mourinho said he would not stand in the way of the French midfielder moving in January.
Wayne Rooney's eldest son Kai is training with rivals Manchester City.

Borussia Monchengladbach have ruled out a move for Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger.

West Ham United will announce on Friday that highly-rated teenager Reece Oxford has signed a new five-year contract.

Leighton Baines is in line for a new two-year contract at Everton.

Ilkay Gundogan fears he will not play again this season after suffering suspected anterior cruciate ligament damage during Manchester City's 2-0 victory over Watford.

Celtic have warned Torino they'll be wasting their time if they try to come back for Jozo Simunovic in the January transfer window.
Queens Park Rangers are ready to launch a bid to lure veteran Ibrox stopper Clint Hill back to the Sky Bet Championship if he is not offered a new deal to stay with Rangers.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   19/12/2016, 20:24

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Monday December 19

 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is ready to extend his stay at Manchester United and snub a £120m offer from China.
Axel Witsel has reportedly rejected an SOS call from Chelsea boss Antonio Conte as he prepares to join Juventus.
Bayern Munich have beaten Chelsea to the signing of £30million-rated Hoffenheim star Niklas Sule.
Juventus are still 'dreaming' of signing Alexis Sanchez and will reportedly bid for the unsettled Arsenal forward next summer.

Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel is in talks with Marseille after being frozen out by Antonio Conte.
Mathieu Flamini could also be on his way back to Marseille from Crystal Palace.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said he is getting better with age and can play until he is 50.
Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool won't collapse in the hostile atmosphere at Goodison Park, like Arsenal did last week.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman has urged his players to show their vicious streak again in the Merseyside derby.

Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez has revealed he has offers and could move once the window opens.
Christian Atsu has hinted he could be willing to leave Chelsea and join loan club Newcastle on a permanent basis.
AC Milan could sign Mario Pasalic from Chelsea on a permanent basis this summer.
Liverpool have been linked with a move to sign Santos midfielder Thiago Maia.
Manchester United will reportedly make a move to sign Feyenoord defender Rick Karsdorp in January.

Everton have issued a 'come and get him' invitation to try to unload England midfielder Ross Barkley.
John Terry is at the centre of a £16million tug of war between two Chinese Super League Clubs with managers who have Chelsea connections.

Arsenal are planning to break the £200,000-a-week barrier at the club to keep striker Alexis Sanchez.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   20/12/2016, 18:12

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Tuesday December 20

 
Diego Costa is set to be rewarded with a bumper new contract, designed to keep him at Chelsea until the end of his playing days.
Manchester United are ready to cut their losses on Memphis Depay with Everton are leading the chase to sign the Dutchman.
Southampton boss Claude Puel is keen on raiding previous club Nice for highly-rated midfielder Wylan Cyprien.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is targeting Genoa wideman Diego Laxalt.
Arsenal target Julian Draxler would reportedly prefer a move to Paris Saint-Germain as he prepares to leave Wolfsburg in January.
Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Axel Witsel is closing in on a move to Italian giants Juventus.
Pablo Zabaleta is hoping to be back in 10 days - even though his latest setback has left him wearing a brace.
Sunderland are facing a £10m bill in March for Ricky Alvarez - one reason they have little transfer cash for next month.
Ronaldo Vieira is a £7m target for Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig - after just 19 appearances for Leeds United.
Dimitri Payet has again hinted he could quit West Ham.

Manchester United are set for talks with Benfica about defender Victor Lindelof. The Portuguese club want £42m for their Swedish centre-back, who is being chased by a host of teams.
Rudy Gestede is set to join West Brom from neighbours Aston Villa in a £7m January deal.
Max Gradel is being lined up for a loan by Burnley and West Ham.
Bournemouth are hoping to agree a permanent fee for defender Nathan Ake.

Jose Mourinho has got his way over Manchester United's pre-season tour plans and the club will be heading for the USA.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is willing to sell Memphis Depay for as little as £12m in a desperate bid to get him out of Old Trafford.

Dimitri Payet is refusing to rule out leaving West Ham for a return to his old club Marseille.
Inter and AC Milan ready to make a move for Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini.
Carlos Tevez is set to complete a staggering £615,00-a-week move to China despite Boca Juniors fans begging their hero to stay in emotional scenes.
Manchester City and Leicester have checked on Aldershot striker Idris Kanu.

Southampton intend to rebuff any January bids for centre-back Virgil van Dijk, but could sell captain Jose Fonte if a sizeable offer comes in.
Middlesbrough are rivalling Crystal Palace for the January signing of Aston Villa striker Rudy Gestede.
Marco Reus has been identified as a leading potential replacement for Alexis Sanchez or Mesut Ozil shold the club failed to extend the contracts of their two star players.

Marouane Fellaini may end his disappointing spell at Manchester United by joining AC Milan in the January transfer window.

Chelsea will resist attempts by rival clubs to secure Michy Batshuayi on loan next month as the Belgium forward prepares to make his first Premier League start for the leaders in the visit of Bournemouth to Stamford Bridge on Boxing Day.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   21/12/2016, 17:25

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Wednesday December 21

 
Manchester United have opened talks to sign £60m-rated Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann.
West Ham have pulled the plug on contract talks with Slaven Bilic as fears mount he could be axed after their poor first half of the season.
Real Madrid forward James Rodriguez has been spotted at the British Embassy in Colombia ahead of potential move to Chelsea or Manchester United.
Manchester United's Ashley Young is wanted by six Premier League clubs - including his former side Watford.
Hull are lining up Jefferson Montero to replace wantaway Robert Snodgrass.

West Ham are plotting an ambitious loan move in January for Anthony Martial or Marcus Rashford.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes Swedish counterpart Victor Lindelof is ready to make the move from Benfica to join him at Manchester United.
United also have their eye on right-back Nelson Semedo, a team-mate of Lindelof's in Lisbon.
Arsene Wenger is targeting Valencia's highly-promising Jose Gaya as he looks to bolster the Arsenal squad.
Hull are lining up Swansea winger Jefferson Montero if they need to replace Robert Snodgrass, who is a target for West Brom and Celtic in January.
Nottingham Forest risk losing stars such as skipper Henri Lansbury next month after owner Fawaz al-Hasawi put a block on new contracts until he sells up.
New manager Gianfranco Zola will make Burnley reserve striker Lukas Jutkiewicz his first signing at Championship side Birmingham City when the transfer window opens in January.
Sam Allardyce remains in Crystal Palace's sights as a potential replacement for Alan Pardew.

Jonjo Shelvey is considering an appeal after being found guilty of racially abusing an opponent.
Manchester United owners want Jose Mourinho to stay until 2025.

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has been spotted in Milan ahead of a possible move to Italy in the January transfer window.
Premier League clubs are on red alert with James Rodriguez being offered to sides after Zinedine Zidane told the Real Madrid outcast he can leave.

Manchester United chiefs are convinced that Jose Mourinho is the right man for the job despite their difficult start to the campaign.

Mark Warburton has emerged a s surprise candidate for the England U21 manager's job.
The FA plans to select 13-year-old Celtic midfielder Karamoko Dembele for future England U15 games as the battle to prise him from Scotland's clutches intensifies.

Mark Warburton has stepped up his move to land priority January target Jota Peleteiro by flying to Spain to hold face-to-face talks with the winger.
Robert Snodgrass is set to abandon his lifelong dream of a move to Celtic to commit his future to a club in England's top flight.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   22/12/2016, 17:47

Mario Balotelli has already held talks with English clubs over a possible return to the Premier League, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
Chelsea fans were given an early Christmas present on Wednesday when Frank Lampard returned to keep an eye on a training session.

Wilfried Zaha could head to Merseyside in January with Liverpool targeting the Crystal Palace winger.
Antonio Valencia has signed a new deal at Manchester United after Jose Mourinho gave him the thumbs up.
West Ham are planning a huge winter clear-out of their squad - with five first-team flops set to be axed.
John Obi Mikel is set to leave Chelsea in January and become the latest star heading to cash-rich China.

Jose Mourinho wants Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann, Benfica defenders Victor Lindelof and Nelson Semedo and Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko next year as his Old Trafford revolution gathers pace.
Sevilla have been told they must pay £21million to sign France midfielder Samir Nasri permanently from Manchester City.

Liverpool are targeting goalkeeper Joe Hart as a summer transfer from Manchester City.
David Moyes has made peace with Manchester United ahead of his first return to the club since being sacked by them in 2014.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is ready to battle Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger for West Ham's Dimitri Payet.
Manchester United have told West Ham to forget about signing Marcus Rashford or Anthony Martial.
PSG have entered the race to sign £40million-rated Southampton star Virgil van Dijk, along with four other English clubs.
Birmingham boss Gianfranco Zola has admitted he will consider using his Chelsea connections next month.

Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City have all reportedly been sent a desperate plea for players from West Ham.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   23/12/2016, 19:17

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Friday December 23

 
West Ham are set to make a £6m bid to bring back striker Jermain Defoe from Sunderland.
Paris Saint-Germain have beaten Arsenal and Liverpool to Wolfsburg star Julian Draxler after agreeing a £38m fee.
Manchester United and Chelsea will go head to head for the signature of Tiemoue Bakayoko who has impressed at Monaco this season. 

Carlos Tevez has married his childhood sweetheart with the Argentine striker set to complete his mega-money move to China.
Emmanuel Eboue jokingly offered to quit football to look after the Queen's corgis on an Arsenal visit to Buckingham Palace in 2007.

Jose Mourinho believes it will be hard for Manchester United to catch Chelsea in the title race because his former club adopt an overtly defensive approach he refuses to employ at Old Trafford.
Bolivian side Bolivar lost the Apertura trophy in the season's final game against Sport Boys after conceding a 100th-minute decider and five red cards were shown before a mass brawl involving coaches and players erupted.

Crystal Palace could turn their attention to Levante striker Roger Martí if Newcastle are unwilling to part company with Aleksandar Mitrovic in January.

West Ham will launch a fresh January bid for Carlos Bacca as Slaven Bilic bids to solve Hammers' striker woes.

Granit Xhaka has insisted he will not change his style of play at Arsenal despite his spate of bookings.

Pep Guardiola is desperate to rival Manchester United for Antoine Griezmann's signature.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   24/12/2016, 12:24

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Saturday December 24

 
Everton are poised to make a formal approach for Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay, the out-of-favour Manchester United players.

Wayne Rooney will be offered £700,000-a-week to swap Manchester United for the Chinese Super League with two clubs in China keen on the striker.
Ronald Koeman is weighing up a possible swap deal involving Ross Barkley and Tottenham's Moussa Sissoko.
Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo has emerged as £14m target for Valencia.
Southampton and West Brom are both keen on signing Hoffenheim defender Fabian Schar in January.
Barcelona swooped for a nine-year-old Scottish footballer playing for Paisley - but got rejected.
Everton are set to bid £4m for Ipswich centre-back Adam Webster.

Victor Lindelof has been seen signing a fan's Man United shirt in his home town of Vasteras ahead of his reported switch to Old Trafford.
Barcelona's contract talks with Lionel Messi have hit a brick wall with the Argentine star aiming to become the world's highest paid player.
Italian champions Juventus are plotting an audacious £76m bid for Real Madrid superstar Toni Kroos next summer.
Nigerian striker Henry Onyekuru wants to join Arsenal after a blistering start to season for Belgian side KAS Eupen.

Danny Welbeck has returned to Arsenal training after a seven month lay-off but manager Arsene Wenger has urged caution with his injury-prone striker.

Hull boss Mike Phelan is hopeful winger Robert Snodgrass and five other key players will commit themselves to the club beyond their one-year contract extensions.

Julian Draxler says he is ready to move as Liverpool consider swooping for the Wolfsburg star. 
Arsenal are reportedly lining up a shock January move for Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
Ryan Giggs claims he got the lowdown on Antonio Conte from Manchester United star Matteo Darmian.

Claude Puel insists Southampton will resist whatever cash is waved in front of them for defender Virgil van Dijk next month.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson says he talks to Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho regularly as he seeks to gain experience at Wolves.
John Barnes believes Jurgen Klopp has brought a swagger to Liverpool that could aid their Premier League title challenge - but they do need to defend better.

Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday insists their Ibrox squad is good enough to challenge Celtic without any new signings.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   25/12/2016, 12:24

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Wayne Rooney will be offered £700,000-a-week to move to the Chinese Super League with two clubs in China keen on the striker, according to reports on Christmas Eve.

The money being offered to Rooney would represent close to a 200% pay rise for the Manchester United skipper, who is currently thought to be on £235,000 a week at Old Trafford, and would also make him the world’s highest-paid player.

According to the Daily Mirror, clubs Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao – the richest club in China – and Beijing Guoan have targeted 31-year-old Rooney as the stellar signing to take Chinese football to the next level.

And they are stepping up efforts to raise the profile of the CSL with Chelsea star Oscar the latest name to join their growing list of stars with the Brazilian joining Shanghai SIPG in a £52million deal worth £400,000 a week.

Former Manchester United and City star Carlos Tevez is also on his way to Shanghai Shenhua on a staggering £615,000-a-week.

But any deal for Rooney would shatter those sums being paid, and it’s claimed Rooney – who currently has two years left on his deal at Old Trafford – would give the offers serious consideration after finding his game time at United limited this season.

Rooney, who would cost around £10million, is, however, unlikely to quit United in the January window.

He stands just two goals away from breaking Sir Bobby Charlton’s all-time scoring record and is determined to pass that marker. Rooney is on 248 goals – one short of Charlton’s milestone which has stood for over 43 years.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   26/12/2016, 12:37

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Monday December 26

 
Paris St Germain are preparing a £40m January bid for Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho.
Ronald Koeman is ready to spalsh the cash this Januray with five new faces to bolster their bid for the top six. 

It's Barcelona who are eyeing a sensational swoop for Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho, according to Brazil legend Ronaldinho.
Tottenham are preparing to test the regime change at Crystal Palace with a £30m move for Wilfried Zaha after failing with a £12m bid in the summer.
West Ham are being targeted by energy drinks giant Red Bull as they bid to add to their portfolio of football teams around the world by buying an English club.
Manchester City and Chelsea are hoping to tie up a deal to bring Celtic wonderkid Karamoko Dembele, 13, to the Premier League.

Manchester City are keeping tabs on the contract situation of Arsenal's Jack Wilshere, who has yet to agree a new deal at the Emirates and seriously considered joining Roma and Milan in the summer. 
Aidy Boothroyd is still favourite for England U21 job, but the FA has received 150 applications with Tim Sherwood and Stuart Pearce in the frame.
John Terry is going nowhere in January, even if a mega-money offer comes in from China. The defender, 36, wants to stay and help Chelsea win the title

Sunderland boss David Moyes is adamant Jermain Defoe is not for sale at any price.

Pep Guardiola has ruled Manchester City out of the race for Southampton's £50m-rated Virgil van Dijk.

Liverpool will step up their bid to land Dutch star Quincy Promes in January, after missing out on their No 1 target Julian Draxler.
Sam Allardyce wants Jermain Defoe to help fire Crystal Palace to Premier League safety.

Darlington Nagbe's £3m move to Celtic has moved a step closer after the Portland Timbers signed a replacement for their midfielder.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers spent Christmas morning at the Northern Ireland hospice in Belfast, handing over a £26,000 donation.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   27/12/2016, 14:49

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Tuesday December 27

 
Toni Kroos' decision to spend Christmas in London has fuelled speculation the Germany international could opt to leave Real Madrid for Chelsea in the January transfer window. Juventus were linked with a move for the 2014 World Cup winner earlier this month.
Sevilla will only sell reported Chelsea target Steven N'Zonzi if a club meets his £25.5m release clause. Juventus are also thought to be keen on the former Stoke midfielder.

Sevilla are interested in taking Manchester United forward Anthony Martial on loan for the remainder of the season, in a deal which could see him link up with compatriot Samir Nasri, who is currently on loan at the La Liga club from Manchester City.

Manchester United's move for Victor Lindelof has hit a snag, with the Swede's former club Vasteras locked in a dispute with Benfica over one of the clauses that was agreed when he joined the Portuguese giants.
Everton have wrapped up a £10m deal to bring highly-rated Charlton teenager Ademola Lookman to Goodison Park next month.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman is also lining up a £15m move for Derby midfielder Will Hughes and is pondering a bid for out-of-favour West Brom striker Saido Berahino, who is a target for Inter Milan and Roma

Chelsea will make a move for Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez and could offer goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to the Spanish club as part of the deal. 
Antonio Conte will not allow striker Michy Batshuayi to leave Chelsea on loan, despite overlooking the Belgian for selection in the absence of Diego Costa for the 3-0 win over Bournemouth. Batshuayi is yet to start a Premier League game and has been linked with a loan move to West Ham.

Long-serving Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva is close to agreeing a January loan move to Inter Milan. The Serie A side will consider a move for Chelsea's Jon Obi Mikel, should a deal for the Brazilian fail to materialise.

Arsenal have been installed as the favourites to sign France international Dimitri Payet, should West Ham decide to part with their prized asset in January.
Crystal Palace boss Sam Allardyce is keen to lure Jermain Defoe back to London after working with the former West Ham and Tottenham striker during his time as Sunderland manager.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   28/12/2016, 12:53

New Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is keeping a close eye on Kieran Gibbs' contract situation at Arsenal.
Victor Lindelof is so close to a £38m switch to Manchester United that he has already been given the No 2 shirt.
Antonio Conte has ruled out a January exit for Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi despite the striker's snub against Bournemouth on Boxing Day.
Chelsea have renewed their interest in Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan.
Lucas Leiva is heading to Inter on loan - because Joe Gomez is finally ready for a return to first-team action at Liverpool.

Manchester United are ready to launch a £35m bid for Benfica defender Nelson Semedo.

Chelsea have submitted a £21m bid for Atlanta star Franck Kessie.
Swansea City will risk a battle with the Welsh FA by trying to make Chris Coleman their next boss after sacking Bob Bradley.
Lazio are desperate to tie down defender Stefan de Vrij, a transfer target for Chelsea.
Roma have joined the race for Manchester United outcast Memphis Depay.
Chelsea could face stiff competition for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu.

Manchester United target Victor Lindelof is on the verge of signing a new contract with Benfica which will increase his buy-out clause to more than £50m.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   28/12/2016, 12:54

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Wednesday December 28

 
New Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is keeping a close eye on Kieran Gibbs' contract situation at Arsenal.
Victor Lindelof is so close to a £38m switch to Manchester United that he has already been given the No 2 shirt.
Antonio Conte has ruled out a January exit for Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi despite the striker's snub against Bournemouth on Boxing Day.
Chelsea have renewed their interest in Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan.
Lucas Leiva is heading to Inter on loan - because Joe Gomez is finally ready for a return to first-team action at Liverpool.

Manchester United are ready to launch a £35m bid for Benfica defender Nelson Semedo.

Chelsea have submitted a £21m bid for Atlanta star Franck Kessie.
Swansea City will risk a battle with the Welsh FA by trying to make Chris Coleman their next boss after sacking Bob Bradley.
Lazio are desperate to tie down defender Stefan de Vrij, a transfer target for Chelsea.
Roma have joined the race for Manchester United outcast Memphis Depay.
Chelsea could face stiff competition for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu.

Manchester United target Victor Lindelof is on the verge of signing a new contract with Benfica which will increase his buy-out clause to more than £50m.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   29/12/2016, 17:31

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Thursday December 29

 
Juventus boss Max Allegri wants to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal and create a 10-year dynasty at the Emirates.
Memphis Depay has been caught puffing on a shisha pipe in photos that may harm his frosty relationship with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
Sam Allardyce is so angry with Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha over his Africa Cup of Nations call-up that he is considering selling him for £30m.
Emmanuel Adebayor could be about to make a shock return to football with French strugglers Montpellier.
West Ham's striker misery continues after they had an £8.5m bid for Martin Braithwaite knocked back by Toulouse.
Chelsea have seen a £21.5m bid for Franck Kessie rejected by Atalanta.
Andre Villas Boas wants to sign Aston Villa striker Jordan Ayew for his Chinese club Shanghai SIPG.
Jordan Pickford has given Sunderland a devastating blow after being ruled out for more than two months.
Swansea have targeted former Manchester City midfielder Albert Rusnak in a January swoop to help save their season.
Leicester have moved to snap up midfielder Wilfred Ndidi from Genk in a deal potentially worth £18m.

Ronald Koeman will start Everton's biggest ever transfer splurge by signing Charlton's Ademola Lookman.
Swansea are plotting a move for Chris Coleman as the Welsh FA brace themselves for an approach from the Premier League strugglers.
Anthony Martial could leave Manchester United for Sevilla in January, claims the player's agent.

Manchester United will not make a January bid for Benfica defender Victor Lindelof.
Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins is pushing for Ryan Giggs to be the club's new manager.
Leicester want £20m-rated Burnley defender Michael Keane to help stop their slide down the table.
AC Milan are reportedly ready to offer 17-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma a bumper new long-term deal worth £42.5m as Europe's elite clubs circle.

Manchester United will oppose the attempts of Anthony Martial's agent to engineer a move out of Old Trafford in January after rumours surfaced linking the France international with Sevilla.

Middlesbrough have held further discussions with Aston Villa over a £6m move for striker Rudy Gestede.

Harry Redknapp has put himself forward for a shock return to management with Swansea City and wants to take Chelsea captain John Terry with him.
Aston Villa have rejected a mammoth £25m bid from China for defender Jordan Amavi.
Liverpool are considering an ambitious bid for Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the January transfer window.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   30/12/2016, 17:23

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Friday December 30

 
Real Madrid are poised to offer Thibaut Courtois an irresistible deal to lure him away from Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.
Manchester United have invited Livingston wonderkid Matthew Knox for a third trial next week, but the 17-year-old striker is also a target of Liverpool, Everton, Tottenham and Nottingham Forest while Rangers have already had bids rejected.
Chris Coleman has already turned down an approach from Swansea to replace Bob Bradley as manager.
Chelsea and Bayern Munich will reportedly battle it out for Stefan de Vrij after the defender told Lazio he wants to leave.
The Blues, meanwhile, are preparing to launch a bid for former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, who has become one of the leading goalscorers in the Bundesliga with Bayer Leverkusen.
Liverpool are ready to move for Jese Rodriguez in January - even though his Paris Saint-Germain transfer has been branded a 'mistake'.
AC Milan have made Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas their top target next summer.
Derby County owner Mel Morris has jumped into the race for Middlesbrough hotshot Jordan Rhodes as he looks to fulfil his Premier League dream.
Alexis Sanchez is being targeted by Inter Milan as part of an ambitious triple raid.
Norwich chairman Ed Balls gave manager Alex Neil a secret deal in the summer which means it will cost £2m to sack the 35-year-old Scotsman.

Slaven Bilic has revealed his checklist for making signings in the January transfer window - and refused to rule out a move for Jermain Defoe. 
Tottenham still have Real Madrid midfielder Isco in their sights.
Claudio Ranieri insists there is no chance Kasper Schmeichel will be sold by Leicester next month.
Sunderland are ready to compete with Aston Villa to land Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone on loan next month.

Serie A giants AC Milan and Roma have reportedly reignited their interest in Jack Wilshere.
Torino have reportedly pulled out of the race to sign Joe Hart permanently. 
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri says keeper Kasper Schmeichel will not be sold next month following reports linking him with a move to Liverpool.
Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel is set to rejoin PSV Eindhoven on loan in January.
Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte has opened the door for a move to Manchester City.

Chelsea are reportedly ready to offer Thibaut Courtois a bumper new contract in January to ward off interest from Real Madrid.
Sunderland are reportedly set to move for Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone in the wake of Jordan Pickford's injury.

Manchester City are willing to hold off on a move for Virgil van Dijk until the summer but Chelsea's interest could spark a £55m bidding war for the Southampton defender.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic says there is no truth in reports suggesting he will make a loan move for Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford in January.
Simone Zaza is in talks with Valencia over a possible January move as he looks to end his disastrous loan spell at West Ham.
Manchester City scout Ronnie Cusick has left the club to join Manchester United. 

The Professional Footballers' Association has called on the game's authorities to consider a ban on heading for children aged under 10.
Tottenham Hotspur are considering bringing forward their planned bid to sign Ross Barkley by making a January offer for the midfielder.
Aston Villa are keen to sign Middlesbrough striker Jordan Rhodes next month - but will not pay the £11m asking price.
Aleksandr Mitrovic has told Rafa Benitez he wants to stay and fight for his place at Newcastle amid reports Crystal Palace are preparing a £15m bid.

Leicester City are tracking Sassuolo's Italian international defender Francesco Acerbi and could make a £12m bid.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   2/1/2017, 18:39

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Monday January 2

 
Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjian are preparing an £80m bid for Chelsea striker Diego Costa
Everton could miss out on Axel Witsel after he was offered huge money to move to China
Chelsea have eyes on flying Napoli left wing-back Faouzi Ghoulam
Slaven Bilic is targeting Stoke right-back Glenn Johnson for a stunning return to West Ham
Jack Wilshere will be offered his new contract by Arsenal this month despite still being on loan at Bournemouth

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has hit back at critics who said he was too old at the age of 35 to succeed in the Premier League
Georginio Wijnaldum has told close friend Quincy Promes: "Come and join me!" at Liverpool
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has backed midfielder Paul Pogba as a potential Ballon d'Or winner
Swansea are ready to back Paul Clement with a hefty transfer budget to try to spend their way out of relegation
Stoke are set to land goalkeeper Lee Grant for £1m from Derby
Sunderland's Adnan Januzaj says they could be six goals down by half-time against Liverpool on Monday

Diego Costa admits he was close to leaving Chelsea for Atletico Madrid in the summer
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola was spotted furiously gesturing with director of football Txiki Begiristain
Arsene Wenger hails Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud's scorpion kick against Crystal Palace as the greatest goal he has ever seen at the Emirates Stadium
Paul Clement is set to be appointed Swansea boss inside the next 24 hours
Demarai Gray has apologised for his hippy crack video as Leicester prepare to discipline winger
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   3/1/2017, 17:12

Real Madrid are considering a stunning summer swoop for Tottenham and England midfielder Dele Alli.
West Brom are weighing up a move to re-sign Shane Long from Southampton.
Mathieu Debuchy could be allowed to leave Arsenal in January after his bust-up with Arsene Wenger.
Walter Mazzarri is fighting to save his job with injury-ravaged Watford in free-fall and the fans turning on him.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Arsenal have yet to offer Jack Wilshere a new contract.
Tom Cleverley has been handed the chance to revive his career at Newcastle United.
Hull, Watford, Swansea, Aston Villa and West Ham all want Arsenal full back Carl Jenkinson on loan.
Slaven Bilic has reiterated West Ham's stance that star man Dimitri Payet is not for sale.

Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce fears Wilfried Zaha is unfairly treated by referees.
Paul Clement is braced for Swansea's survival fight after taking manager's job.
Manchester United have rejected a £19m bid for Morgan Schneiderlin from Everton.

Arsene Wenger is lining up £28m Juventus star Miralem Pjanic as a potential Santi Cazorla replacement.
Chelsea are set to pip Arsenal in the race to sign Wolfsburg left back Ricardo Rodriguez.
Liverpool want to sign Norwich's Jacob Murphy and then loan him back in a bid to beat Tottenham to the player.
Stoke are ready to offer fit-again Ibrahim Afellay a new contract.
Birmingham City have pulled out of the race for Nottingham Forest midfielder Henri Lansbury.

Pep Guardiola has snapped and admitted Manchester City might be his last job in football management.
Arsene Wenger has bemoaned Arsenal's fixture congestion over the Christmas and New Year period.
Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel is considering a move to Valencia.
Christian Benteke will reject advances from Chinese clubs and stay at Crystal Palace.
Crystal Palace have launched a £7m bid for Norwich star Robbie Brady.
Stoke City are ready to stave off interest from West Ham in full back Glen Johnson, 32, by using an extension clause in his contract.
Manchester United will take a third look at Livingston forward Matthew Knox, 17, in training at Carrington this week as they ponder a £150,000 transfer.
Leicester City have asked about Schalke and ex-Manchester City defender Matija Nastasic.

French side Marseille have contacted Dimitri Payet's representatives about the possibility of re-signing the 29-year-old from West Ham this month.

Everton have had a bid of about £19m for Morgan Schneiderlin rejected by Manchester United.

John Mikel Obi's lengthy stay at Chelsea could be coming to an end after claims he has agreed a deal to join Valencia.

Callum Paterson has been robbed of a January move to West Ham after being told he faces as much as nine months out with ligament damage.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   4/1/2017, 18:03

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Wednesday January 4

 
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is ready to bring forward his interest in Sevilla star Steven N'Zonzi to this January.
Marseille have entered the race to sign Manchester United outcast Morgan Schneiderlin this month.
Everton could make Morgan Schneiderlin the club's top earner, alongside striker Romelu Lukaku on £115,000 a week.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is after West Ham powerhouse Michail Antonio.
Michael Carrick is still waiting for Manchester United to offer him a new contract - six weeks after Jose Mourinho said he wanted him to stay for another year.
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is wanted by both Crystal Palace and Brighton as he contemplates a return to English football.
Sam Allardyce has turned to Norwich City's Robbie Brady to solve Crystal Palace's left-back problems.
Wilfried Bony played just six minutes during Stoke's slump in December - but will still snub mega-money offers from China to stay at the club.
Steve McClaren wants to finalise a £4m deal to bring Crystal Palace flier Bakary Sako to Derby.
Dennis Wise is a shock candidate to become the new Gillingham boss.
Brendan Rodgers is desperate to keep hold of hotshot Celtic striker Moussa Dembele despite interest from West Ham.
Aston Villa have tabled a £3m bid for Nottingham Forest skipper Henri Lansbury.
Leeds will sign Pontus Jansson for £3.6m from Torino this week - then bid £1.5m for West Ham striker Ashley Fletcher.

Sunderland have knocked back West Ham's move for Jermain Defoe and insisted the forward is not for sale. 
Everton could move for Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson if they fail to land Ronald Koeman's preferred target, Virgil van Dijk of Southampton.
Leicester are ready to step up their interest in Norwich wide-man Robbie Brady once they offload flop winger Bartosz Kapustka, who is yet to play competitively for the Premier League champions since a £7.5m summer switch from Polish side Cracovia.
French side Lille are ready to test the insistence of Antonio Conte that Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi will not leave the Premier League leaders this month.
Manchester United will hold out for a better offer for out-of-favour midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin after rejecting bids from Everton and West Brom.
Liverpool are unwilling to sell midfielder Kevin Stewart and have already rejected a number of approaches for the former Tottenham trainee. Swansea, West Brom and Championship trio Brighton, Newcastle and Aston Villa have all registered an interest in the 23-year-old.
Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel has received mega-money offers to follow Oscar to China but his agent has denied claims the 29-year-old has already agreed a four-year deal to move to Valencia.
Wolves boss Paul Lambert wants Championship rivals Blackburn's Ben Marshall as his first signing.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane insists he has no intention of selling Pepe, James Rodriguez or Alvaro Morata.

Everton are preparing an improved offer for Manchester United midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin after having a £19m bid turned down. 
Swansea City, West Brom, Brighton, Newcastle United and Aston Villa have all made requests to take Liverpool midfielder Kevin Stewart on loan. 

Antonio Conte wants to strengthen his Chelsea squad in January with a bid for Atalanta's £24m Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie imminent.

Watford have offered an initial £8m for Brentford's Scott Hogan, with West Ham also interested in the 24-year-old former non-league striker.

Antoine Griezmann has dismissed speculation surrounding his future at Atletico Madrid amid continuing speculation he is a transfer target for Chelsea and Manchester United.

Celtic look set to make African wonderkid Kouassi Eboue their first January signing in a £2.5m deal from Krasnodar.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton has made Arsenal midfielder Jon Toral his priority January transfer target.
Rangers target Conor Hourihane refused to commit his long term future to Barnsley after scoring a stunning late winner against Nottingham Forest.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   5/1/2017, 17:25

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Thursday January 5

 
Alexis Sanchez's latest tantrum that continued in the Arsenal dressing room after the 3-3 draw with Bournemouth has left a number of his team-mates fearing the forward will leave.
Sunderland face a battle to hang on to top scorer Jermain Defoe, with West Ham United poised to improve their £6m bid that was rejected by the Wearsiders.
Chelsea are ready to cut short Patrick Bamford's dismal loan spell at Burnley after an underwhelming four months in which he has made only six appearances as a substitute.
Former England U21 and Manchester United midfielder Ravel Morrison has been invited to train with Wigan after being released by Lazio.
Stoke are poised to offer Peter Crouch a new contract as he closes in on 100 Premier League goals.

Patrice Evra wants to make a shock return to Manchester United after two-and-a-half years at Juventus and help solve their left-back problems.
Southampton boss Claude Puel is plotting a £17m swoop for Napoli frontman Manolo Gabbiadini.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton is poised to land a huge coup by beating a host of Premier League clubs to the signing of Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
Aston Villa are ready to storm past the £75m mark in spending to secure an instant return to the Premier League.
Norwich want at least £12m for in-demand Robbie Brady, with Leicester, Crystal Palace, Burnley, Swansea, Newcastle and Aston Villa all keen.

West Ham have ruled out selling star Dimitri Payet to his former club Marseille, insisting they don't need the money.
Memphis Depay will only be allowed to join Everton in a permanent deal this month.
Leicester striker Leonardo Ulloa will not be allowed to leave the King Power this month, with West Bromwich Albion and Hull keen.
Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov has not been offered a new deal by boss Pep Guardiola and is set to leave.
Galatasaray are plotting a surprise £8.5m move for out-of-favour Middlesbrough defender Daniel Ayala.

Arsenal are weighing up a £20m bid for Porto full-back Ricardo Pereira.
Callum Wilson held showdown talks with Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe before scoring in their thrilling 3-3 draw with Arsenal.

Celtic have been told they are getting the next Victor Wanyama after Kouassi Eboue arrived in Glasgow for contract talks and a medical.

Hull City have looked to Portugal in their search for a new manager with Marco Silva expected to meet the players on Thursday.
Chelsea are considering a bid for Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, 22.
Akhlsar striker, Hugo Rodallega, 31, who is out of contract in the summer, has emerged as a target for QPR.
AC Milan have asked to take Everton's Gerard Deulofeu on loan with a view to a permanent move in the summer.

RB Leipzig have submitted a £6m offer for the 19-year-old Nottingham Forest midfielder Matty Cash.

Kouassi Eboue completed his medical in Glasgow yesterday as he moved closer to becoming Celtic's first January signing.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   6/1/2017, 15:18

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Friday January 6


West Ham have more than doubled their offer to £13m for Jermain Defoe as they try and persuade Sunderland to sell their star striker.
Espanyol are set to renew their interest in Celtic's Nir Bitton but will have to stump up close to £10m to land the Israeli midfielder.

Memphis Depay could remain at Manchester United until the end of the season with interested clubs including Roma and Nice struggling to meet the Dutchman's £20m price tag and £90,000 a week wages.
China's government has ordered a clampdown on "irrational investment" and vowed to "regulate and restrain high-priced signings and make reasonable restrictions on players' high incomes" which could signal the end of its record-breaking splurge on foreign football stars.
Arsenal's second-biggest shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, has entered into a multi-million pound business partnership with Everton to sponsor their training ground.
Chelsea are on course to gain planning permission to rebuild a 60,000-capacity stadium in place of Stamford Bridge.
Rafael Benitez is weighing up a £4m bid for Nottingham Forest midfielder Ben Osborn.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has tipped Gerard Pique to one day become president of Barcelona.
Aston Villa have been told they must pay at least £10m if they want to sign Middlesbrough striker Jordan Rhodes.
Ronald Koeman insists Everton won't be held to ransom by other clubs as they look to conduct more business after completing Ademola Lookman's £11m transfer from Charlton.
Arsene Wenger is set to welcome Danny Welbeck back for Arsenal's FA Cup tie with Preston this weekend but risks angering forward Alexis Sanchez by dropping the Chilean for the visit to Deepdale.
Crystal Palace have missed out on Rennes striker Paul-George Ntep.
QPR are set to terminate midfielder Sandro's contract.

Antoine Greizmann has been promised the same Galactico contract as Paul Pogba if he joins Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho has made a £32.5million bid for Roma's Greek international defender Kostas Manolas as a deal for Benfica's Victor Lindelof continues to stall.
Arsenal are interested in signing Torino striker Andrea Belotti but have been put off by the Italian club's £50m valuation of the player.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has instructed the club's hierarchy to offer Michael Carrick a 12-month extension to his contract which expires this summer.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has held showdown talks with Dimitri Payet. Bilic has been concerned by Payet's attitude in recent weeks and ordered the winger to up his effort in the coming weeks.
The Chinese Super League will continue to attract top players at the peak of their careers and could end Europe's football domination, according to Barcelona legend Xavi.
Celtic will reject a £20m West Ham bid for Moussa Dembele.
Stoke are planning a loan move for Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

Jermain Defoe is keen to return to boyhood club West Ham who are prepared to offer him a two-and-a-half year deal worth £100,000 a week but the striker unlikely to force through a move by handing in a transfer request.
Middlesbrough are set to make a move for Patrick Bamford with Chelsea considering cutting short the striker's season-long loan move to Burnley due to a lack of game time.  

Celtic have told West Ham they must pay £30m if they want to land striker Moussa Dembele.
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri faces a four-year ban if he is found guilty of breaking World Anti-Doping Agency rules following recent treatment at the Drip Doctors clinic in Los Angeles.
Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has made a bid to sign French winger Paul-Georges Ntep from Rennes.
Swansea City stalwart Alan Curtis was told by text message he was no longer part of the team's coaching set-up.
Leicester are ready to enter the bidding war for Norwich utility player Robbie Brady.
Manchester United will shelve their transfer plans until the summer even though Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay are expected to leave for Everton this month.

Everton are planning to increase their original £19m bid for Manchester United's Morgan Schneiderlin.
Millwall have admitted for the first time that they may be forced to leave their south London home and relocate to Kent should the seizure of their land go ahead.
Chelsea are still in talks with Atalanta over the possible signing of Franck Kessie but the Premier League club may have to wait until the summer before a transfer can be concluded.
Tottenham are unlikely to return with a new offer for for Wilfried Zaha in the January transfer window after the Crystal Palace winger joined up with the Ivory Coast for the Africa Cup of Nations.

Dundee United are set to bid for Danish striker Thomas Mikkelsen who is out-of-favour with current club Odense.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   7/1/2017, 12:25

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Saturday January 7

 
Alexis Sanchez has been urged to stall on a new Arsenal deal with PSG plotting a cut-price £60m summer move for the Chilean star.
Arsenal will hand Santi Cazorla and Per Mertesacker new deals as Arsene Wenger salutes the pair's leadership qualities.
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka has confirmed interest in Stoke forward Bojan Krkic as the Teesiders look for attacking additions.
Pep Guardiola is hopeful of landing Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber on a six-month loan deal.

Arsenal will not make any signings in January and will instead look to tie up Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Olivier Giroud, Francis Coquelin and Santi Cazorla to new deals.
Patrice Evra has been offered a return to Manchester United - but only as a coach, according to reports in Italy.
Manchester United have appointed the scout who used to work for rivals Liverpool and found Raheem Sterling.
Martin Allen has admitted he has to drop his 'mad dog' act because of a heart problem with the Eastleigh boss preparing to face former club Brentford in FA Cup.
Chris Martin will once again refuse to play for Fulham in tomorrow's third-round tie at Cardiff as he continues his bid to try and force an end to his loan spell.
Crystal Palace could snap up Montepellier's Jerome Roussillon to solve their left-back woes.
Henri Lansbury is in limbo amid a Nottingham Forest transfer war.
Tottenham have dropped their interest in Wilfried Zaha this month - but will move for him at the end of the season.
Everton and West Brom are battling it out for Standard Liege striker Ishak Belfodil.
Charton are set to sell left-back Morgan Fox back to Sheffield Wednesday for £700,000.
Ipswich and Bristol City are set for a £1.5m battle over Barnsley star Marley Watkins.

Chelsea and Manchester City want to sign former Stoke midfielder Steven N'zonz from Spanish side Sevilla.i.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has opened up on his fitness and declared: "It's like when you see an animal. It goes in and is fresh always so I see myself as an animal."
Saido Berahino's West Brom career looks to be over after he was axed from the squad for today's FA Cup clash with Derby.
Manchester City and Liverpool have been told Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk is not for sale.
Meanwhile, the Saints will try and sign Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho after captain Jose Fonte handed in a transfer request.

Aston Villa want to re-sign Fabian Delph - the man branded a "snake" by the club's fans - on loan until the end of the season.
Chelsea are weighing up a surprise bid for the Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente - even though the Blues are still not keen on loaning out Michy Batshuayi.

Chinese Super League is ready to offer £800,000 a week to top English talent in the Premier League with Dele Alli and Harry Kane top of the list.
Moussa Dembele does not want to leave Celtic in January, despite West Ham's reported £20m bid.
David Beckham is running out of time to see plans through for the proposed Major League Soccer franchise in Miami.
Reading boss Jaap Stam is hoping he will get a warm reception from Manchester United fans despite his abrupt exit from the club 16 years ago.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri is eyeing a £8m swoop for Sassuolo's Francesco Acerbi as he steps up his defender search.
Manchester United have recruited Brighton's highly-rated talent spotter Mark Anderson - in the hope of unearthing the next David Beckham in London.

Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United have not yet reached "heaven" despite a 13-match unbeaten run that includes victory in the past seven games.
Chelsea are hoping to sign the Swansea striker Fernando Llorente in January.
Crystal Palace are ready to rival West Ham's attempts to sign the Hull striker Robert Snodgrass, with the Scotland international expected to cost up to £9m despite having just 18 months remaining on  his contract. 

Crystal Palace boss Sam Allardyce says his time at Bolton was the best moment of his career.

Santi Cazorla and Per Mertesacker are being offered new 12-month contracts by Arsenal, after Arsene Wenger revealed plans to take up the option of extending the pair's contracts for another year.
Nottingham Fores captain Henri Lansbury has taken the unusual step of appointing former team-mate Dexter Blackstock as his agent as he seeks to move this month.
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Javier Hernandez looks set to leave Bayer Leverkusen after apparently falling out with teammates, with a return to the Premier League being mooted.

Celtic legend Stan Petrove reckons his former club should cash in on Moussa Dembele but has urged them not to sel him for a penny less than £25m.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   8/1/2017, 14:56

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Sunday January 8

 
Barcelona are ready to battle arch-rivals Real Madrid for Tottenham and England midfielder Dele Alli.
Victor Lindelof is heading to Manchester United in a £38m deal after Swedish part-timers Vasteras agreed to take a £3.8m hit on the sell-on clause in the deal that took their former defender to Benfica.
Manchester City will make a renewed bid to land Athletic Bilbao's Aymeric Laporte in the summer despite his £55m buyout clause.
Real Madrid star James Rodriguez has issued a 'come and get me' plea to Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
Aston Villa are set to sign Nottingham Forest's wantaway skipper Henri Lansbury for £3.5m.
Swansea have fired a hands-off warning to Chelsea over striker Fernando Llorente.
West Ham are to make a new bid for Robert Snodgrass - and striker Ashley Fletcher could be used as a makeweight to persuade Hull City to sell.
Manchester United have stepped up their interest in Chievo keeper Alessandro Confente.
Chelsea are considering recalling on-loan defender Nathan Ake from Bournemouth. 
Slavisa Jokanovic will resist any offers for Fulham's star man Tom Cairney this month.
Steve Bruce is targeting a January loan move for £12m Middlesbrough striker Jordan Rhodes.

Crystal Palace boss Sam Allardyce has joined the transfer battle for Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe.
Dele Alli is ready to show his commitment to Tottenham - despite clubs being willing to pay him £800,000-a-week.
Sam Allardyce plans a reunion with Jermain Defoe at Crystal Palace.
Slaven Billic faces two crunch games which may decide his fate as West Ham manager.
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy is lining up a surprise move for Wigan's cult hero striker Will Grigg.
Swansea are planning a shock raid for Rennes star Paul-Georges Ntep.
Watford and Hull are locked in a battle to sign Norway right-back Omar Elabdellaoui from Olympiakos.

Mauricio Pochettino is on the Barcelona shortlist of possible successors for Luis Enrique.
Arsenal have been told to forget about landing Porto striker Andre Silva this month.
Manchester City could allow Fabian Delph go out on loan this month.
Jordan Rhodes' £50k-a-week wages are holding up his move to Aston Villa.
Former Chelsea star Craig Burley believes his old club will sign Fernando Llorente this month.

The FA is resigned to a 48-team World Cup becoming a reality this week amid ongoing reservations about Fifa's plans - which include penalty shootouts at the end of drawn group games.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says that he intends to retire from management after 10 years. 

Pep Guardiola has conceded that he has been to blame for Manchester City's mixed results in the first half of the season.
Chelsea will hold talks with Ruben Loftus-Cheek this week to decide whether the midfielder should go on loan this month.
West Ham have ramped up their pursuit of Bradford striker Scott Hogan as they seek a quick lift after their 5-0 demolition by Manchester City.
West Brom have made a move for Napoli striker Manolo Gabbiadini.
Watford have joined the scramble for Everton midfielder Tom Cleverley.
Swansea want Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi on loan in a deal which could see Fernando Llorente go in the opposite direction.

Ronald Koeman will make Jack Wilshere a major summer target for Everton.
Liverpool will press ahead with the signing of Spartak Moscow forward Quincy Promes this month.
Troy Deeney has emerged as the latest Premier League star to be targeted for a move to the Chinese Super League.
West Brom manager Tony Pulis is hoping to beat Swansea to the signing of out-of-favour Leicester star Jeffrey Schlupp.
Walter Mazzarri faces the axe at Watford unless he can produce a dramatic turnaround in their Premier League fortunes.

Arsenal could lose Alexis Sanchez if Manchester United sign Antoine Griezmann, according to reports.
Aston Villa are reportedly interested in signing Everton midfielder James McCarthy.
Liverpool will offer Adam Lallana a double-your-money new contract to head off a bid from Tottenham.
Jose Mourinho is ready to gamble £45m on defenders Victor Lindelof and Jose Fonte in a bid to secure Champions League football.

Marco Silva, the newly appointed Hull City manager, is considering taking over Simone Zaza's season loan deal as he seeks cut-price solutions to keep the Yorkshire club in the Premier League.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   9/1/2017, 12:07

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Monday January 9

 
Memphis Depay is wanted by AC Milan but the Italian giants can't afford to sign him permanently.
Alessio Romagnoli is still wanted by Antonio Conte at Chelsea but the centre-back will be offered a new deal to stay at AC Milan.
Middlesbrough are letting striker David Nugent join ambitious Derby County in a deal worth up to £3m.

Southampton are targeting Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho to replace their want-away captain Jose Fonte.
Arsene Wenger says he virtually banned Danny Welbeck from hanging round the Emirates Stadium and the training ground during his eight-month injury lay-off to stop him getting too disheartened.

Brazilian and Chelsea forward Lucas Piazon says a deal to extend his stay at Fulham is close.
Chelsea star Eden Hazard says he would rather win the FA Cup than the Premier League.

Jose Mourinho believes Wayne Rooney's wholehearted commitment will see him remain playing at the top for a few years yet. He said: "It depends on him - especially on his brain, on his desire."

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says he remains open to keeping Memphis Depay at Old Trafford - but won't stand in his way if he wants a move.
Eddie Howe will ask Liverpool about the possibility of taking outcast Mamadou Sakho or teenager Joe Gomez on loan at Bournemouth for the rest of the season.
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Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino says playing Aston Villa was tougher than one of the top sides in the Premier League.
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Ronald Koeman says Everton must use the rest of the season to consolidate seventh spot in the Premier League and implement the improvements needed to match the club's stated ambitions.

Manchester United have received a big boost with the news that defender Marcos Rojo will return this month after picking up an injury.
Rangers target Emerson Hyndman arrived at Glasgow Airport on Sunday as he closes in on a loan deal from his parent club Bournemouth.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   11/1/2017, 15:00

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Wednesday January 11

 
Torino striker Andrea Belotti says he won't let Arsenal's £55m bid affect him. Arsene Wenger has been hot on the heels of the striker after his 13 goals this season.
Stoke City have tabled a fresh £12m bid for troubled West Brom striker Saido Berahino.
Meanwhile, Glasgow Rangers are plotting a summer swoop to try and tempt Berahino to try his luck in the Scottish Premiership.
Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and West Ham are eyeing PSG duo Jese Rodriguez and Grzegorz Krychowiak who will be allowed to leave for £55m.
Crystal Palace have been told that they must pay £12million if they want to sign wing-back Jeffrey Schlupp after Leicester knocked back a £7million bid
Southampton have made an approach for out-of-favour Porto midfielder Sergio Oliveira, 24, who will cost around £4m.
Manchester United could return to Paul Pogba's former club Le Havre to sign French youth star Yasser Larouci. The teenager has already impressed Southampton while on trial at St Mary's in December.
Sheffield Wednesday are bidding to sign striker Sam Winnall from neighbours Barnsley in a bargain £500,000 deal.
Chelsea are lining up a £16m bid for Fenerbahce defender Simon Kjaer.
Derby County's Tom Ince is a £8m target for Newcastle.
Max Gradel is ready to hand in a transfer request to leave Bournemouth.

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has made Alexis Sanchez his No.1 summer transfer target.
Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke has become the latest player to be linked with a move to the Chinese Super League.

Borussia Dortmund ace Neven Subotic has paid thanks to his mentor Jurgen Klopp while his agent has refused to rule out a move to England this month.
Klopp has been given £40m to spend in this window, with Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Inter Milan forward Gabriel Barbosa both targets.
Arsenal are becoming increasingly concerned superstars Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez won't sign new deals.
Meanwhile, Gunners midfielder Dan Crowley has completed a loan move to Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles.

Liverpool want to sign Bayer Leverkusen's £20m-rated winger Julian Brandt in the summer.
Chelsea are tracking 27-year-old Fenerbahce defender Simon Kjaer
Serie A side Atalanta have turned down an offer from Everton for their Ivory Coast international Franck Kessie.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is planning a shock move for West Ham star Michail Antonio.
Swansea are looking to Leicester striker Leanardo Ulloa as a replacement for Chelsea target Fernando Llorente.
Brentford have rejected West Ham's latest offer of £12.5m for Scott Hogan as they hold out for their £15m valuation.
Serie A outfit AC Milan are still hopeful of completing a deal for Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu.

Bournemouth are plotting an audacious loan move for Chelsea captain John Terry after the Blues opted to end Nathan Ake's stay at Dean Court.

Brentford have turned down West Ham's offer of £12.5million for Scott Hogan as they refuse to budge from their £15million valuation of the forward
Aston Villa are interested in signing Jeffrey Schlupp from Leicester but face competition from Crystal Palace and West Brom for the Ghana international.
Chelsea's redevelopment of Stamford Bridge could move a step closer on Wednesday as the planning application for a 60,000-seat stadium is presented to Hammersmith and Fulham Council.
Gabriel Jesus's £27m move to Manchester City is yet to be signed off because the final paperwork is not in place.
Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund are in talks with Arsenal over a deal for 19-year-old Germany-born midfielder Gedion Zelalem.

Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho is open to a Southampton switch as he bids to kick-start his faltering Premier League career.

Rangers have signed highly-rated defender David Bates from Raith Rovers after the 20-year-old impressed on a development loan at Ibrox.
Middlesbrough are the latest side to show an interest in Scotland star Robert Snodgrass.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   12/1/2017, 12:00

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Thursday January 12

 
Barcelona and Juventus have joined Paris St-Germain in expressing an interest in Liverpool's Adam Lallana.

Manchester United have triggered a one-year extension on Marouane Fellaini's contract.
Chelsea defender John Terry is to meet Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe before the end of the week.
Everton's January spending spree is set to continue as Standard Liege accept £10m bid for striker Ishak Belfodil.
Crystal Palace boss Sam Allardyce has launched January moves for Jake Livermore and Stewart Downing.

Ross Barkley's Everton future is under threat as Ronald Koeman's January transfer spree gathers pace.
Chelsea are lining up Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson as their number one target to replace John Terry.
Jose Mourinho has revealed Manchester United are ready to spend big in the transfer market this summer.
Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is trying to rush through a permanent deal for Arsenal full-back Carl Jenkinson.
Hull boss Marco Silva wants Porto midfielder Evandro, who played for him previously at Portuguese side Estoril.
Swansea are closing in on a £4million move for PSV Eindhoven winger Luciano Narsingh and Norwich's Martin Olsson.

Sunderland are hoping for a boost by getting Tom Cleverley on loan from Everton.

West Brom are plotting a £30million swoop for Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke.

West Ham want to sign Jose Fonte, Robert Snodgrass and M'Baye Niang this month.

West Ham have agreed a £15million fee with Brentford to sign striker Scott Hogan.
West Brom will make a move for Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke and finance the move by selling Saido Berahino to Stoke City.
Jordan Ayew is set to quit Aston Villa for a £12m move to Shanghai SIPG.
Chelsea have been dealt a blow after Federico Bernardeschi ruled out a move away from Fiorentina this month.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: What The Sports Papers Say   13/1/2017, 12:54

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Friday January 13

 
Chelsea will make a bold attempt to land Dimitri Payet after missing out on Arturo Vidal.
Jesse Lingard has agreed a new Manchester United contract worth £95,000 per week.
Tottenham will make a profit of £3m from the cranes used to build their new stadium.

West Brom are ready to join West Ham in the race for Hull ace Robert Snodgrass.
Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke will block any efforts by Sam Allardyce to offload him to West Brom.
Swansea boss Paul Clement says they must keep hold of Fernando Llorente and Gylfi Sigurdsson this month.
Burnley have made their move to land Robbie Brady as the race for his signature hots up.
Steve Bruce is eyeing a reunion with Tom Cairney - three years after he sold him at Aston Villa.

Dimitri Payet is claiming he has a back injury to avoid playing for West Ham as club insist he is not for sale.
Chelsea are in talks over a pre-season tour of China and Japan.

Middlesbrough are closing in on the signing of Bojan from Stoke.
Jack Wilshere's future at Arsenal is in doubt with contract talks yet to take place.

Jurgen Klopp will gamble on Philippe Coutinho's fitness by starting him against Manchester United.

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